Georgia May Jagger has been given a Minnie Mouse makeover ahead of the 'Minnie Style' exhibition, which runs between September 18 - 22 as part of London Fashion Week.
Georgia May Jagger has been given a Minnie Mouse makeover.
The 23-year-old model has worked with British designer Ashley Williams for Dazed Magazine to create a modern interpretation of the Disney character ahead of the 'Minnie Style' exhibition at London Fashion Week.
Georgia said: ''I've always been a Minnie fan so I'm really excited to be working on this campaign, showing how pop culture can influence fashion in a way that encourages excitement and creativity.
''Minnie is fun, independent and super-stylish, and it was great working with Ashley and Dazed Magazine to create a modern British interpretation of this, and provide inspiration for the exhibition.''
The images are to form part of the exhibition, which will run between September 18 - 22 as part of London Fashion Week, showcasing just some of the many times the famous character has been used for style inspiration since its beginnings in 1928.
The Dazed magazine Spring / Summer 2015 issue is available on shelves from April 9th.
A passionate photographer, Georgia May Jagger is turning to Instagram to source inspiration for a 'Minnie Style' exhibition at London Fashion Week in September. Share your Minnie Mouse style using #MinnieStyleUK or find out more at DazedDigital.com.
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